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- v. To fiddle idly.
- v. To joke, kid, or play.
- v. To have a sexual relationship, especially one which is non-commital.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly
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I don’t want to mess around and end up on Ms. Lonnie’s bad side.
"And I don't mess around with second-class citizens like the Banyamulenge here either, oh no!"
I kiss some, mess around with others, all the while wondering when they will discover that I’m not who they thought I was, that I’m a screwed-up, broken, not-very-pretty person with horrible afflictions and a much more beautiful sister.
Soon as my choppers get here, we're going to show ` em what it means to mess around with Americans.
A pissed-off house sprite was nobody to mess around with.
The idea of having a baby scares her spitless, and besides, she doesn't want all the mess around the house, like rubber boats and gates.